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OVARIAN METASTATIC TUMORS – A LITERATURE REVIEW
Ovarian metastatic tumors represents up to 10% of all ovarian malignancies. The most encountered tumors which may give birth to ovarian cancer are those originating from the gastric tube; however, other malignancies such as breast, cervix, lung or even skin may be associated with ovarian metastatic tumors. This is a literature review of the most frequently seen ovarian metastatic tumors.
Keywords: ovarian metastatic tumors, Krukenberg, breast cancer, cervical cancer